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Chad Hartzler
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The former West Central Cooperative employee who allegedly took dozens of bribes worth more than $479,000 in exchange for steep discounts on crop seed and other products, is expected to plead guilty today to a federal charge of wire fraud, court records show.
  • Homicide suspect seeks free release from jail
    A 32-year-old Carroll man accused of killing a woman in a drunken November crash should be freed from jail on his promise that he won’t flee the area to avoid criminal prosecution, his attorney wrote Thursday. 
  • Young driver might avoid prison for drunken crash
    A 20-year-old Arcadia man is set to plead guilty Friday to a felony for a November crash in which he was allegedly driving drunk near Scranton, and he and two of his passengers suffered significant injuries. 
  • Man gets 10 years’ prison for meth, police chase
    The former Lanesboro man who was severely beaten in a 2013 brawl at his house will serve up to 10 years in prison for possessing methamphetamine, fleeing from police and violating the terms of his probation for previous drug convictions. 
  • Carroll County jurors are set to decide next year whether the local McDonald’s restaurant owes money to a 62-year-old woman who fell on a slick floor there in August 2013. 
  • Sex offender to plead guilty for Facebook stalking
    A 42-year-old former Carroll man will plead guilty to at least one criminal charge for stalking young girls online and asking them for naked photos, according to court records. 
  • Bail remains at $50K for accused child sex abuser
    A former Manning man must pay $50,000 if he wants to be released from jail while his five felony child sex-abuse charges are pending, a judge ruled Monday. 
  • ‘I did not take  the life of Alice’
    Michael Schenk had a final chance to speak publicly before he was sentenced this morning to life in prison for killing two people and burning their bodies. 
  • Carroll man to forfeit house for federal crimes
    A 35-year-old Carroll man will surrender his house to the U.S. government — a $277,000 house he bought with proceeds from lucrative and illegal consulting work he did for an Afghanistan company in 2011 — according to a plea deal with federal prosecutors in which they will not seek a prison sentence. 
  • Water officials will sue NW Iowa counties
    The past two months of statewide talk about whether farmers should be held to stricter standards of the federal Clean Water Act has yielded little more than rhetoric from those on both sides of the issue. 
  • Charges expand in Manning sex-abuse case
    A 44-year-old former Manning man now faces five felonies for his alleged sexual abuse of a child younger than 12, according to court records. 
  • A 44-year-old father of three children allegedly sexually abused a child younger than 12 three times in the past five years, according to court documents. 
  • A 44-year-old Omaha, Nebraska, woman allegedly stole more than $50,000 from her deceased mother’s estate — money that was supposed to pay for her grandmother’s stay in a Manning nursing home, according to court documents. 
  • Carroll man to plead guilty to federal crimes, avoid prison
    A 35-year-old Carroll man who managed military contracts in Afghanistan and later illegally worked as a highly paid consultant for one of the contracted companies will plead guilty to at least one federal charge next month, court records show. 
  • Arrests continue for brutally beaten man
    The former Lanesboro man who was severely injured in a September 2013 brawl at his house — and, ultimately, was arrested for drug crimes the same day felony charges against his alleged assailants were dismissed — led Fort Dodge police on a short chase last week and crashed into an electrical pole, court documents show. 
  • Alleged thief to undergo mental exam
    The former Carroll man accused of driving drunk, stealing a vehicle, trespassing, drug possession and stealing groceries from Walmart and Hy-Vee Food Store in separate incidents in the past three months might suffer from a mental disorder that prevents him from competently defending himself against the accusations, according to court documents. 
 
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